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    disconect sub

    as above silly question i know but if i disconect sub amp will be ok and work as i am going in the vert driving for a few days and barb dont like the noise
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    why not just disconnect the live feed to the amp? Take the in line fuse out Bill and problem sorted

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    it is easy just disconect the sup steve
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    Well it shouldn't harm the amp if you do Bill. Just make sure the + cable stays away from the - so as not to cause a short

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    Take the inline fuse out from the positive feed to the amp, if there is one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferret View Post
    Take the inline fuse out from the positive feed to the amp, if there is one
    see posts above

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
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